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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kiddos:

2 syllables:
it owes,
being whose,
bridge whose,
cousin whose,
him whose,
in whose,
paris whose,
parish whose,
ridge whose,
singh whose,
smith whose,
sphere whose,
spring whose,
string whose,
strip whose,
there whose,
thing whose,
will lose,
witch whose,
with those,
with whose,
did those,
here does,
it does,
skin dose,
still does,
there does,
this does,
which does,
blood whose,
bread doughs,
thread whose,
big toes,
christ whose,
his toes,
it chose,
it goes,
it knows,
it rose,
it shows,
pin toes,
script whose,
split those,
aiding those,
being those,
bills whose,
brick homes,
bridge those,
bring those,
cheer those,
click close,
cliff rose,
climb those,
did one,
drill holes,
fig.1 shows,
fig.2 shows,
fig.3 shows,
fig.4 shows,
fig.5 shows,
fig.6 shows,
fig.7 shows,
fig.8 shows,
firing those,
here goes,
hills whose,
hiring those,
his foes,
his nose,
if those,
in homes


3 syllables:
appear whose,
asking whose,
career whose,
virgin whose,
appeared whose,
bidder whose,
forbid those,
widow whose,
addict whose,
admit those,
commit those,
conflict whose,
exist whose,
submit those,
transmit those,
adding those,
appear those,
appears whose,
asking those,
career roles,
career shows,
cherish those,
clear those,
enrich those,
equip those,
fulfil those,
fulfill those


4 syllables:
consider whose,
transmitter whose


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